How to Use Direct and Indirect Lighting LED

There are several lighting techniques that can be used to achieve the desired goal within a project. Two of them are direct and indirect. You may already be familiar with these terms, because they are well known. But it is crucial to understand the difference between them to light in the right way.

Direct lighting is to put a light bulb without any intermediary to lighten the given object, creating shades and variations of light through space. Already a hint is when the light is pointed at the wall or ceiling, where rebate and illuminates the entire environment without variations and more smoothly.

The LED is a great ally of these techniques, because it is available in various color temperatures, lumens and Color rendering index, adapting to any type of environment. All these factors are determined during the planning phase of aproject of LED lightingin order to obtain the best final result.

Direct lighting

This technique is best used in places where are performed tasks that require concentration, so are suitable for offices, study spaces and kitchens. In this last area, there are several ways to use direct lighting, as above the countertop or under a Cabinet. The bathroom is another place where it’s always a good idea to have light bulbs that offer sufficient brightness, since that is where we spend time in front of the mirror, or with personal care.

The direct illumination is also used for decorative purposes, as is the case withLED spot, commonly placed on the ceiling pointing a picture or some other object.In a company, the spot can be implemented with the aim of highlighting the right on reception, certificates, awards and cases.

Indirect lighting

For a less intense effect smoother or cozy, the indirect lighting is perfect. Is a kind of light which allows greater distribution through space, and gives prominence to the lamp itself. There are several options for outstanding market and lamps which are designed for this purpose and combining with each style.

It is essential that the indirect light source is positioned in a strategic place, not to get “lost” among other types of lighting. So, the best environments to situate it are rooms, bedrooms, hallways and dining rooms. The technique of using tapes hidden in ceiling LED has been a form of indirect lighting that has gained popularity in recent years.

Why choose LED?

The benefits of the LED go far beyond the adaptation to any type of lighting. Led efficiency, economy in electricity bill, and still has less impact on the environment;that’s the only material with which we work. Became interested and want to know more about the direct and indirect lighting. Schedule a visit of our consultants. They will make the perfect combination of both and let your space your way.